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Adios Charlie

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Retired
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Florida (USA) by BryLynn Farm
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What the Nation is saying about Adios Charlie...

Many of America's best horses have been nominated to the world's richest race ...Read More
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  • ARBY · Nomination is not racing, the owners and trainers of the quality of these horses will make qualified and well thought out decision for their charges. · 788 days ago ·
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  • boxersdaddy · I tend to agree with those that say Shackleford is a miler. I will expect to see him in the BC Dirt Mile at SA in November. · 757 days ago ·
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Adios Charlie retires to Ocala Stud Farm.
It was a big day for some of the biggest names in today's Sunshine Millions ...Read More
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  • edrake · You did it and we were there to see it live. What a tremendous horse and fantastic owners, Dean and Patti Reeves. You are such gracious owners. · 808 days ago ·
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  • annalefsrud@yahoo.ca · The Much Man is a wonderful horse, there IS something about him, and wonderful to see Awesome feather go so well, and I agree with JasonM about Delightful Mary, had she not had to change out like that. Was Awesome's race, but would have been interesting to see her stride uninterrupted. These horses with such heart. And I am jealous of anyone who saw it LIVE!! · 807 days ago ·
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Duke of Mischief is really good at lulling rival trainers into complacency. Just when you think this horse is not a threat, Duke of Mischief turns up with a gutsy performance to score an upset victory. Read More
Gulfstream/Santa Anita Park Luck Pick 6 Saturday’s Pick 6 Rules: $1 Minimum Bet No Consolation Provision Mandatory Payout 23.68% Takeout Degree of Difficulty: Competitive. 7/10. Possible Singles: Adios CharlieRead More
This horse is going to win the Sunshine Millions Classic in style!
Toby’s Corner, stablemate of 2011 Kentucky Derby winner Animal Kingdom, is most famous for defeating 2010 Juvenile Champion Uncle Mo in last year’s Wood Memorial. Aside from knocking off such a formidable foe, the Bellamy Road colt should also be commended for never finishing worse than third in all...Read More
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  • mdracing69 · I read on DRF recently that Toby's Corner will likely return in 7f Super Stakes at Tampa Bay on Feb 11 or 7f GP Sprint Championship on Feb 18. · 811 days ago ·
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  • Floridaf · Yea, I saw that, too, but he was nominated for the SM Classic, so I was hoping he would go there rather than one of the sprints. · 811 days ago ·
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Stronach Stable’s undefeated 4-year-old filly Awesome Feather, Pinnacle Racing and Bill Kaplan’s 2011 Eclipse champion filly or mare sprinter Musical Romance and Reeves Thoroughbred’s 4-year-old Mucho Macho Man, third in the Kentucky Derby (G1) last spring, are among the stars expected to run in one...Read More
  • BrianZipse · Suddenly getting the urge to fly to South Florida next week! · 817 days ago ·
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  • terri.zeitz · How exciting does it get? Stars and possible superstars will racing on that date. Looks like Mucho Macho Man has filled out his big frame iand is quite the Man (Sunshine Millions Classic). I'm so glad Awesome Feather(filly and mare race) is healthy and running. Little Mike (turf) and Apriority (sprint) are the other favorites. And Musical Romance (filly and mare sprint) is another favorite. Gulfstream is the place this winter with so many returning champions training and running and some wonderful derby prospects training there. · 816 days ago ·
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Big return performances today by 2yo Algorithms and 3yo Adios Charlie highlighted the Friday card at Gulfstream Park...Read More
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  • Floridaf · Depends on the horse, I say. Boys at Tosconova managed a third after his layoff. Awesome Feather is probably the poster child for horses not being affected by layoffs, though. · 851 days ago ·
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  • AubreyKidder · Finally! Algorithms is back!!!!! :D · 849 days ago ·
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Robert I. Sahn’s Grade 2 Jerome winner Adios Charlie will miss the remainder of 2011 with a stress fracture detected after his runner-up performance in the Grade 2 Dwyer at Belmont on July 2, trainer Stan Hough confirmed Friday.   “It’s similar to the injury he had last year, a stress fracture ...Read More
Lightly raced Dominus seized an early lead and turned back odds-on favorite Adios Charlie to earn his first graded stakes victory on Saturday at Belmont Park in the Grade 2, $150,000 Dwyer.   Making his second start against winners, Dominus strolled through fractions of 24.28, 47.86, and 1:11.7...Read More
Every horseman’s dream is to have a horse compete in the Triple Crown, but as the second half of 2011 gets underway, the connections of several sophomores in Saturday’s Grade 2, $150,000 Dwyer wouldn’t change places with anyone. Read More
“My top dark horse right now. Breeding is great, and I love the way he looks down the stretch of his races. Acid test should come in the Rebel.” I wrote those words regarding Alternation back in February. Ever since, I’ve been waiting for that horse, at the time I considered to be a major threat to ...Read More
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  • shopan · his breed is great and he Lokks like a phonomanal specien of the spices but if Animal Kindom hits the preakness....Iso want to see a TC winner!! · 1065 days ago ·
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  • MarkRodriquez · Nothing, I don't know much about them. I'm questioning the fact that the "So Called" horse racing press never asks the top trainers tough questions. Why don't you ask, "Mr Pletcher, can you explain why the average horse in South America and Austrailia gets over 20 starts a year and the average horse in America gets less than 10?" · 1065 days ago ·
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Alternation opened the door for a possible start in the June 11 Belmont Stakes as he outkicked favored Adios Charlie through the final yards to win Saturday’s 57th edition of the Grade 2, $200,000 Peter Pan at Belmont Park. Read More
Hough says the added distance in the Peter Pan won't be a problem.
Jerome Stakes winner Adios Charlie takes on ten other 3-year-olds in Saturday's Grade 2 Peter Pan at Belmont Park.Read More
  • zatt · There are some live longshots in here ... Beer Meister at 20-1 may be worth a pop, or two! · 1070 days ago ·
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While next Saturday marks a break in the Triple Crown between the Derby and the Preakness, talented 3-year-olds will be on display at Belmont Park in the Grade 2, $200,000 Peter Pan, run at 1 1/8-miles on the main track.   Expected to head the field is Grade 2 Jerome winner Adios Charlie, makin...Read More
The top three finishers from last Saturday’s Jerome Stakes all appear headed in different directions. The winner, Adios Charlie, is likely to make his next start in the Grade 2, $200,000 Peter Pan Stakes at Belmont on May 14. Astrology, the runner-up, is being considered for the Preakness at Pimlico...Read More

Adios Charlie - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View Details01/28/12Adios Charlie5thGP101 1/8 mDSunshine Millions Classic 4+ M (S)Mucho Macho ManRon The Greek Turbo Compressor1:47.91
View Details12/16/11Adios Charlie1stGP91 mileDAlwOC 3+ FAdios CharliePraetereoAndersonstate1:35.70
View DetailsView Video07/02/11Adios Charlie2ndBel91 1/16 mDDwyer-G2 3 MDominusAdios CharlieCool Blue Red Hot1:41.74
View DetailsView Video05/14/11Adios Charlie2ndBel91 1/8 mDPeter Pan-G2 3 MAlternationAdios CharliePrime Cut1:49.53
View DetailsView Video04/23/11Adios Charlie1stAqu91 mileDJerome-G2 3 MAdios CharlieAstrologyJustin Phillip1:36.81
View Details03/30/11Adios Charlie1stGP76 1/2 fDMSW 3+ MAdios Charlie Unbridled Saint1:17.32
View DetailsView Video10/07/10Adios Charlie2ndBel77 fDMSW 2 MEconomic SummitAdios CharlieRedeemed1:23.91